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SALISBURY, NC 



Volume 58 



CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY 

Salisbury, North Carolina 28144 




Moving In The Old 



Freshmen Stephanie Whi- 
taker loading in her worldly 
possessions. 



Jeff Thompson eases into 
adjusting to the cafeteria 
atmosphere and cuisine. 




North Hall begins filling 
quickly as Alphas help res- 
idents unload. 



And Welcoming New 





Old and new students alike began 
pouring onto the Catawba campus in 
late August. Upon arrival, they en- 
countered many changes ranging 
from renovated dormitories to moun- 
tains of red clay around which they 
would soon devise new paths to and 
from classes. 



Julie Dunavan, a transfer 
from Pembroke, intro- 
duces her parents to Prof. 
James Parker at the ori- 
entation mixer for parents 
and faculty. 



The hustle and bustle of the 
first week back keep facul- 
ty, staff, students and cam- 
pus ghosts on their toes try- 
ing to settle themselves into 
a regimen. 



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Potpourri — '86- '$7 




Senior Homecoming representative Dorcas Tomasek 

seems to have something to hide as she covers up 

with a devilish grin and the support of her escort 

Roger Greene. 

Senior Mike Yionoulis chats with Dorothy Earle at the 
Blue Masque Patron Mixer following the main stage 
production of "A Chorus Line" during Homecoming 

Weekend. 



Halloween added an extra bit of 

zest to Homecoming weekend this 

year. Not only were Theatre Arts 

students in costume, but so were 

half the campus. From dorm parties 

and trick-or-treating to alumni mixers, 

Catawba was at its festive best 

despite a rainy as usual Homecoming 

weekend. 

Dr. Jayme Kaniss with her head on a 

platter as usual, sits helpless as 

Janice Fuller prepares to take a 

bloodthirsty bite. These two 

professors make Halloween night an 

amusing event as is the case with 

anything they are involved with. 







Upper left 

Freshmen Lynn Starr adds sunshine to a cloudy day as she paints 
clown faces on children at the Senior Carnival prior to the 
Homecoming game. 



They say people will do any- 
thing to get attention but these 
mystery people to the left are 
just about out of hand. Was this 
young lady on drugs when she 
shoved that arrow through her 
skull, or is she just into meditative 
pain? Her friend must be her guru 
coach as she seems to be prac- 
ticing forms of contortion herself. 
The mystery must be solved as to 
how these females reached the 
state they are in and got this fine 
example in the 1986- 1987 Saya- 
kini. Please share your feedback 
with us. 



Upper right 

1986 Homecoming Queen Nancy Sheetz shares a private moment 

with her escort during half-time festivities. 



How did these people get this way and why are they here? That's 
a good question. Any information leading to this answer may be 
directed to the Sayakini office. 



Below: SGA President James Robin- 
son anxiously awaits the crowning of 
the Homecoming Queen. 





Far right: President Wurster 
crowns the 1986 Homecoming 
Queen, Nancy Sheetz. 

Center: Off Campus represen- 
tative Kelly Auten and escort. 

Below: Brian and Paula danc- 
ing at the Homecoming 
Dance. 



Above: Ladies and Gentle- 
man ... The 1986 Home- 
coming Queen, Nancy 
Sheetz. 




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The 1986 Homecoming Court 



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Above: Senior representatives Debbie 
Smith and Kim Lemmons enjoying the 
Homecoming Festivities 

Left: Catawba Fans enjoy another rainy 
Homecoming. 

Below Center: Senior Representative 
Jeanne Caussin and her escort Bill 
McFeeley. 



Below: Off Campus repre- 
sentative Kelly McKinley and 
escort . . . are we having 
fun yet? 





Below: Kelly Phifer being es- 
corted by her Father, 




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Is this the Chief Court Justice ? It sure 
is: Senior Chuck Stowe? 



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Tears 



Senior Class President Su- 
sie Wagner clowns around 
at the Senior Class Hallow- 
een Carnival Saturday 
morning before the game 
gets under way. This clown 
face was nothing new to Su- 
sie, as she donned it for 
practically every home 
football game and sold bal- 
loons for the Senior Class. 





1985 Homecoming Queen 
gueen, Nancy Sheetz as the 



Seniors Bill McFeeley, Debbie Smith, and Dave Ramsey; 
the CUB staff manning their stations as always. 




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Players and trainers alike look onto the field com- 
pletely absorbed as the Indians beat Guilford in the 
Homecoming game. 



Gina Gentile congratulates our 1986 
tears of joy flow freely. 

The immunity to pain built as the 
season moved along for Joe 
Branco, a junior soccer player 
who learned to smile as the pain 
and pressure were applied. 





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Couple: Reality 
Or Fantasy? 

The couple on the Catawba cam- 
pus has been a strange phenomenon 
these last few years. It makes its ap- 
pearances mainly during formal social 
functions, although there are always 
the few strong stead-fast pairs that 
stick together through several suits, 
ties, and taffeta tea lengths — such as 
Andrea Haines and Thad Bullock. 




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Ed Laws and Leslie Dedmond 
made a handsome couple add- 
ing atmosphere to the Home- 
coming Dance at the Elk's Club. 

Elizabeth Wilson and her escort 
Joe Pike made the football field a 
little brighter on a rainy Home- 
coming afternoon. 

Senior Karen Cuffie and her es- 
cort almost look like they are 
ready for the chapel. 



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Evidence of a rainy homecoming 

Below: Paula and Woody repre- 
sent those All American, fun lov- 
ing, fine young men of Pine Knot. 







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Left: Senior Beth Vazzana and 
Catawba Graduate Chester 
"Trip" Buckenmeier enjoy fruit 
punch at the homecoming 
dance. 



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Greg Shell ... Go to a dance? Not on your life. 
Leave It up to the rest of the idiots. I need my 
beauty rest. 



Dances? 




Sandra and Barry enjoy them- 
selves at the Homecoming 
dance. 




The epitomy of some party- 
ing kind of guys: Rodney 
Nardelli and Brian Marks. 
What's wrong with your 
friend fellas? 



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Yes There Are 



Kim Hutchison and Lynn 
Starr dress up for the 
occasion. 



Yes, we're here and having fun — aren't we 
Chris? Oh well, at least the girls know what to do 
when they see a camera. 












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Below Left: Melanie Trexler whispers 
sweet nothings to her date as they 
wind down the evening. 

Eddie Forrest tells Colleen Crosby that this is 
the last time anyone will see him in a suit be- 
fore graduation. 



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Here Today 




Seniors eagerly await their Homecoming breakfast in the TeePee Lounge after an early morning Home- 
coming Court rehearsal. 




This Is A No-No! 

According To State And Institute 

This Shot Could've Been Taken At 11:55 PM., 

Sept. 30, \9S6, As The Last Drops Were 

Drank By Many. 



Gone Tomorrow 




Fred, Curt, 
and Rog 
check for arm 
bands to 
prove that 
people 
purchasing 
beer at this 
social function 
are of age. 



HERE TOD A Y 1 GONE TOMORROW. Beer today, none tomorrow. On September 30, 1986 the majority 
of our students were of legal drinking age; when they awoke the next morning they were not. Easy 
come easy go? Not really. Many students were unhappy about the new legislation which raised the 
legal age from 19 to 21. The majority of states succumbed to the threat of withdraw! of federal 
highway funds in exchange for the upping of the drinking age to 21 this fall. Like it or not, the law is the 
law. One 19 year old Catawba sophomore who is a resident of Salisbury commented on the irony of 

the situation: ... . , ., 

"I went out and voted for liquor by the drink yesterday . . . I'm old enough to vote for liquor, buttoo 

young to drink a beer. " 

Senior Bill McFeeley (below) need not worry as he mixes himself a drink in the TeePee Lounge. 

CA TA WBA COLLEGE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULA TONS, (according to the Tom- Tom. student handbook) Catawba College neither promotes nor endorses the use of 
alcoholic beverages As a church related institution, the college believes in and encourages abstinence in regard to alcoholic beverages regardless of legal sanction by 
the state of North Carolina and obvious societal approbation. Beyond abstinence, moderation is expected The college assumes the sooal and moral responsibility to 
assist students to accept their responsibility as citizens of the state and community. Port of this responsibility is to adhere to the laws of the state and the regulations of the 
college in the use of alcohol. 



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From computers and economics to theatre and the arts 



L| KEEPING OURSELVES AMUSED 



So ... your homework is 
done and you refuse to 
watch another rerun on T. V. ? 

Nothing to do? HARDLY! 

Catawba has made a con- 
certed effort to offer a vari- 
ety of activities for its student 
body. 

The Tee Pee Lounge, which 
is open almost every night, 
has ' something for everyone 




Of all our seniors, Dorcas Tomasek 
wins the prize for keeping herself 
amused for four years. Here, she 
is enjoying directing the Blue 
Masque's opening production, 
"Round and Round the Garden". 

Catawba's own Bob Eubanks, Eddie 
Forrest, was the enthusiastic master 
of ceremonies for the "Roomate 
Game", held in the TeePee Lounge. 



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— from Monday night football 
and Sunday night videos to 
Coffee House magicians and 
musicians. 

If a Coffee House is not your 
cup of tea, how about some 
pool? You could take a swim 
at the gym or shoot a game 
of eight ball at the student 
center. How about a little ex- 
ercise? You could play intra - 



murals, work out in the weigl 
room, run at the track or < 
back, relax and watch one c 
our sports teams do if for yo\ 
If you are not up to seeing 
team play how about attenc 
ing a play or a concert? Th 
College-Community Center 
booked year round wii 
bands, orchestras, plays, lee 
tures and even fashion show 





This Pine Knot crew is always cook- 
ing something up, only this time it is 
legitimate and even legal. The fac- 
ulty was invited to this mixer spon- 
sored by these 'fine young men' 
earlier this fall. As in all ofP-K's social 
situations, senior Greg Shell has ev- 
erything under control; right Greg? 






Brent Fuqua, Thomas Alston, Russell 
McDaniel, and Courtney Donovan 
take advantage of the recreational 
area downstairs of the student cen- 
ter, concentrating on the football 
table here. 



Maybe not quite as amusing, the mi- 
crofilm viewer serves Alma Adams 
with a quick source of research 
information. 



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Carl Rosen pictured at right 
deeply involved in one of his 
many Billy Joel medlies. Rosen is 
a frequent visitor to the enter- 
tainment areas on the Cataw- 
ba campus which the College 
Union Board sponsors. 

Below Kelly Brown plays groupie 
during the outdoor concert 
sponsored by the Residence Life 
Association heralding the return 
to campus. 

Carl Rosen entertains a crowd 
of close to 150 Catawba stu- 
dents and faculty in the Tee Pee 
Lounge. 





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THE "TICKET" played an outdoor concert on the 
intramural field in front of Woodson dormitory ending a 
long week of registration and orientation. The Ticket 
was the first of many activities the Residence Life 
Association sponsored year long. The crowd increased 
as night began to fall and the band got warmed up. 



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Potpourri 




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We Friends 





Potpourri 




Look Ma! We're being good. How could any mother not believe those All- 
American tooth filled smiles? 




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Dorm Life 







A brief survey of the Catawba campus around 
8 p.m. brought Sayakini photographers full 
circle to dorm rooms and hallways. The 
highlights of the evenings ranged from nail 
care to studying to good old socializing. 




Below, seniors Mike Ashley and Donna Knott veg after a 
long of classes. At right is a fine example of a scholar at 
work. 







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From the crazy 
days filled with 
snow to the lazy 
days filled with 
procrastination, 
dorms were alive 
with bodies trying 
to keep warm in 
one way or 
another. Holidays 
brought Christmas 
trees to the halls 
for the homey 
feeling of 
decorating and 
reminders of 
reunions only days 
away. 



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Claremont House Council representatives are 
senior Terry Mack and Les Cagier. 



North Hall House Council consists of the follow- 
ing residents: Kelly Phifer, Jennifer Caftee, Lisa 
Marhoover, Paula Grafius, Dani Dargan, and 
Vee Ervin. 



Lisa Marhoover, a senior resident of North Hall, has a 
relaxing evening at home. With pen in hand there 
may even be some homework involved, 



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House Councils 



Todd Coleman and Mike Scott make up the 
Salisbury-Rowan House Council. 




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Zartman 



Barger-Zartman Hall took on its new name this year, 
when Zeda P. Barger donated over 600,000 dollars for 
the renovation of the former Zartman Hall. Work started 
the day students left last summer, and continued 
through the fall of 1986. At left, completion is being 
done on the air conditioning for the 2nd floor. Residents 
were kept well informed on the progress at dorm 
meetings throughout the year. Holidays have always 
been a special time for B-Z residents. Dorm decorating 
contests got spirit started as late night hours were kept 
in giving those finishing touches. Dr. Karl Hales was always 
a feature in the upstairs lobby whether it was Christmas 
or Halloween reading some of his favorite stories to 
attentive ears. 




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Sports 





Soccer 




CatU Style!!!! 




Head Coach Ralph Wager once again led his soccer 
team to amazing new heights. Accompanied by his assis- 
tant coaches, Glen Cadenhead and Bobby Marcellus, 
Coach Wager's overall record of 17-4 bettered the 1985 
season mark. Led by John Pietak and Kevin Sloan with 2. 14 
and 2, 1 points averaged per game respectively, the Indi- 
ans scored 194 points in 21 games. An amazing 9.24 points 
were averaged per game. Junior goalie Chris Romanek 
held opponents to seven shutouts. 




1987 CATAWBA SOCCER 

RESULTS 

Overall record: 17-4 

NAIA District 26 CHAMPIONS: 
9-0 
Carolinas Conference: 8-0 

Home: 8-1 A way: 8-3 Neutral: 
1-0 



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At the right, John Pietak 
(center) and Mike Fisher 
make a play on the ball. 
Pietak led Catawba with an 
average of 2.4 points per 
game during the '86 cam- 
paign. 

At the bottom right, John 
Pietak prepares to unleash 
a shot on his opponents' 
goal. Catawba averaged 
nearly 17 shots on goal per 
game for the season. 
Below, an injury time-out 
gives the Indians time to re- 
group. Catawba scored 
better than 3 goals per 
game while holding the op- 
position to just over 1 goal 
per game in '86. 





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Catawba's soccer team provided 
lots of excitement, whether playing 
at home or on the road. Fan support 
reached an all-time high as the 
Indians won 8 of 9 home matches 
and 8 of 11 road matches. 




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Catawba College Cheerleaders 




School Spirit At Its Finest 




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CATAWBA COLLEGE CHEERLEADERS 
SPRING 1987 

Top Row: Kevin Clement, Melvin Totten, 
John Stafford. 

Middle Row: Donna Knott, Molly Anderson, 
Paula Grafius. 

Bottom: Jennifer Clark, Suzanne Payne, 
Wendy Fields. 

FALL 1986 CHEERLEADERS not pictured: Ted 
Drummond, Mark Lenard, Dorcas Tomasek, 
Jennifer Caffee. 

ALTERNATES: Kelly Sypolt, Amy Harrelson. 
CHIEF ABWA TAC (mascot): 

Football: Angle Scalies 

Basketball: Lisa Schmidt 
Coach/Advisor: Corrine Mauldin 

Below: Dorcas Tomasek dons warpaint with 
a little help from Carol Dorse tt of the Admis- 
sions Staff. 



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Riding The 

Wishbone 

To The Top? 

The 1986 Catawba Indians football team fell short of a 
winning season by posting a record of 5 wins and 6 losses. 
The Indians did have some promising moments when they 
scrimmaged Lees-McRae College before the season be- 
gan, but they soon fell into a two-game losing slump be- 
fore posting the first victory of the year. The '86 Indians 
were described as an 'up-and-down' team, but the pros- 
pects are strong for '87 as the Indians look to improve 
upon last year's record of 5-6. 





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1986 CATAWBA INDIAN FOOTBALL RESULTS 




Catawba 
Concord 


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Catawba 
Gardner- Webb 


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Catawba 
Mars Hill 


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Catawba 
Bon 


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Catawba 
Newport News 


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Catawba 
Newberry 


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Catawba 
Carson-Ne wman 


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Catawba 

Guilford 


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Catawba 
Presbyterian 



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Catawba 
Davidson 


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Final record: 5-6 




Catawba 
Lenoir-Rhyne 


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Indians Tennis 




Coach Scott Mitchell 




TENNIS TEAM MEMBERS: 

Robert Hales (captain), Rodney Nardelli, Brian Marks, 

Dave Kraft, Deitra Delancy, Kelly Cavin, Debbie Smith, 

Jennifer Morse, Sharon Miller, Paige Miller, Derek George, 

Anita Kolb, Tim Smith. 

Not pictured: Julie Beckner, Chad Sullivan. 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 

MEN 

Derek George 

OVERALL RECORD 

MEN 

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WOMEN 
Paige Miller 



WOMEN 
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The new Johnson Tennis Complex was broken in by the 
1987 team. The new complex was funded by Mrs. Allen 
S. Johnson Jr. in memory of her husband. It includes six 
fenced and lighted courts. 



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Indians Golf 




Brian Driggars 



Brian Lee 




Brian Braxton 



Rob Jasiewicz 



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Chuck Stow 




Chad Sullivan 



Dave Van Aken 



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Wake Forest's shot on goal is stopped by 
defenders Irene Spekhardt and Ann Van 
Horn. Martina Smith stands ready to assist 
in the defense as goalie Carey Ward re- 
covers. 

Denise Rutherford tackles in an attempt 
to gain possession of the ball for Cataw- 
ba. Krista Welt and Anne Contesti move 
into position to generate some offense. 







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! LADY INDIANS FIELD HOCKEY 


\ 1986 SCOREBOARD 




Catawba 





Duke 


10 


Catawba 





Wake Forest 


1 (2 OT) 


Catawba 


1 


Appalachian 








State 


2 


Catawba 


3 


Randolph- 








Macon 





Catawba 


1 


Sweet Briar 





Catawba 


3 


Salem 


1 


Catawba 


4 


Davidson 


1 


Catawba 





Pfeiffer 


5 


Catawba 





Wake Forest 


1 


Catawba 


4 


High Point 





Catawba 


1 


Salem 





Catawba 


4 


High Point 


1 


Catawba 


3 


Davidson 





Catawba 


1 


Pfeiffer 


3 


Catawba 


3 


Salem 


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Catawba 


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Season record: 9-7-2 




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Field Hockey 



The 1986 Catawba Field Hockey team 
achieved a record of 9 wins, 7 loses, and 
2 ties, improving upon the 1985 record of 
9 wins and 9 losses. The '86 squad fea- 
tured a host of newcomers, with 9 fresh- 
men joining the team to bring new ener- 
gy and experience from several 
successful high school hockey programs. 
Co-Captains Irene Spekhardt and Mar- 
tina Smith led the team with their experi- 
ence as seniors and gave strength to Ca- 
tawba's defense. In goal, freshman 
Carey Ward had five shutouts and al- 
lowed 1.61 goals per game while aver- 
aging nearly 15 saves per game. Another 
freshman, Anne Contest!, led the Cataw- 
ba scoring attack with 10 goals for the 
season. Sophomore Lynette Weber con- 



tributed 5 assists and led all players in 
assists. 

The 1986 season saw Catawba com- 
pete with Atlantic Coast Conference 
competition, as the Lady Indians opened 
their campaign at Duke University. Anoth- 
er A.C.C. team, Wake Forest, handed 
Catawba a pair of regular-season losses, 
both by scores of 1-0. The Lady Indians 
had good performances against other 
Deep South college teams, including Da- 
vidson, High Point, and Salem, while drop- 
ping two losses to perennial rival Pfeiffer. 
A t the end of the season, several Cataw- 
ba players were selected to represent 
the Deep South in the Southeast Tourna- 
ment in Richmond. 




1986 Most Valuable Player, 

Lady Indians 

Field Hockey: 

IRENE SPEKHARDT 

Team Co-Captain 

THE 1986 LADY INDIANS: 

First row, kneeling: Anne Contesti, Sharon 

Phillips, Julie Appel. Second row: Michele 

Co-Captain Irene Spekhardt defends 
against a Wake Forest offensive player, 
The Lady Indians lost the match 1-0 in two 
overtimes before an enthusiastic home 
crowd. 



Kane, Suzanne Mangano, Denise Ruther- 
ford, Anita Kolb, Krista Weit. Third row: 
Head Coach Nan Whitley, Ann Van Horn, 
Co-Captain Irene Spekhardt, Beth Malkin, 
Carey Ward, Dani Dargan, Debbie Gar- 
vey, Lynette Weber, Manager Monica 
Schipske. Absent from photo: Co-Cap- 
tain Martina Smith. 



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Lady Indians 




Most Valuable Player 
Lisa Smith 



The 1986 edition of the Lady Indians Volleyball team laid 
what could be described as an ample foundation upon 
which to build a winning tradition. Under second-year head 
coach Connie Nicholson, the Lady Indians posted a record 
of 27-13, improving upon last year's record of 15-18. During 
regular season play, the Lady Indians were 6-2 in Carolinas 
Conference action and 11-2 in District 26 competition, 
while earning 12 of 15 victories on their home court. Seniors 
Vonda Martin and Lisa Smith led Catawba to victories over 
several state universities including UNC-Charlotte, UNC- 
Greensboro, UNC-Asheville, N.C. A & T, and Pembroke 
State. 




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Volleyball 




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Lady Indians Basketball 



The 1986-87 season for Catawba's Lady Indians basketball squad had its share 
of ups and downs, resulting in a final record of 8 wins against 19 losses. Coach Bill 
Haggerty's team won only 2 of 16 Carolinas Conference games and 4 of 18 
games in District 26 competition. In addition to the regular schedule of confer- 
ence and district opponents, the Lady Indians played 3 games in Florida during a 
mid-year road trip. 



1986-87 AT A GLANCE 

Season record: 8-19 

Leading scorer: Lisa 

Kearns 

Leading rebounder: 

Lynn Nance 

Most assists: Rhonda 

Auman 




The 1986-87 Lady Indians basketball team: Front row (L-R): Kim Hull, Gail Werner, Lisa 
Kearns, Lisa Crompton, Michelle Barnes, Rhonda Auman. Back row (L-R): Stephannie 
Hawkins (team manager), Joyce Robinson, Helene Reigstad, Brenda Berger, Shelley 
Raquet, Maureen Stern, Lynn Nance, Linda Zimmerman, Louise Propst, Dawn Williams, 
Coach Bill Haggerty. 



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Lisa Kearns, above, not only led Ca- 
tawba's scoring but also led the Caroli- 
nas Conference for the 3rd straight 
year. 



Senior Lynn Nance, left, paced Ca- 
tawba by collecting an average of 
over 1 1 rebounds per game. 



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Catawba 




1987 CATAWBA INDIAN BASKETBALL 

Left to right: Assistant Coach Tom Bonebrake, Herman Springs, Andrew Mitchell, Leslie 
Cagler, Joe Pike, Derrick Tucker, Andy Berry, Jeff Freiburger, Rodney Deese, Ed Laws, 
Ricky Thompson, Tracey Scruggs, Derrick Tharpe, Lonnie Lee, Head Coach Sam Moir. 



Followers of Catawba Indian basketball had a lot to cheer about this season as Coach Sam 
Moir's tribe rolled to a record of 21 wins against 11 losses. It was the tenth season that Moir has 
coached Catawba to a 20- win season. Finishing 10-6 in the Carolinas Conference and 15-7 in 
NAIA District 26 play, the Indians were paced by Ricky Thompson, Rodney Deese, and Tracey 
Scruggs, all of whom averaged just over 12 points per contest. Jeff Freiburger was Catawba's 
big man on the boards, averaging nearly 11 rebounds per game. Catawba played in 3 
tournaments during the regular season, winning the 17th annual Catawba Civitan Classic. 



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INDIANS BASEBALL 1987 
FINAL STATISTICS 

Overall: 20-11 

Carolinas Conf: 8-8 

District 26: 14-8 
Home: 15-5 
Away: 5-6 



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Baseball 




For baseball coach Jim DeHart, 
"Tribe Pride" was in abundance af- 
ter his Indians posted a record of 20- 
11 to conclude a most successful 
1987 campaign. While splitting their 
Carolinas Conference schedule with 
an 8-8 record, the Indians were 14-8 
in District 26 play. Jeff Simpson 
paced Catawba with 8 home runs, 
and Fred Moore earned a batting 
average of . 382. Brian Boltz led the 
pitching staff by collecting 7 vic- 
tories against only 1 loss, achieving a 
1. 99 earned run average, and post- 
ing 2 shutouts. Catawba's 20-11 re- 
cord improved upon the 1986 re- 
cord of 15- 19. 







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Lady Indians 



Do It Again! 



There can be no doubt 
that Catawba's Softball 
program has established 
a tradition of excellence 
in a relatively short period 
of time. The 1987 Lady In- 
dians continued their win- 
ning ways with an impres- 
sive record of 39 wins 
against only 7 losses, im- 
proving upon their 31-9 
record of '86. 

The 39 wins set a Catawba record for the most wins in a season by any athletic team. 
Enroute to their 39 victories, the Lady Indians enjoyed a winning streak of 27 games, also 
setting a new record. For the third consecutive year, Catawba won the Carolinas 
Conference championship. 



HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1987 CATAWBA SOFTBALL SEASON 

Season record: 39-7 

Carolinas Conference record: 12-2 

District 26 record: 18-2 

Champions of the Carolinas Conference and of NAIA 
District 26. Nan Whitley was selected as District 26 Coa- 
ch of the Year. 




The 1987 Catawba Softball team is pictured above. Left to right, first 
row: Penny Cash, Kim Hull, Lynn Nance, Vonda Martin, Daryl Grubb, Gail 
Werner, Amy Pruett. Second row: Amanda Bowers, Coach Cecil 
Whitley, Robin Hughes, Chrystal Overcash, Rita Lanning, Lisa Crompton, 
Michelle Barnes, Anne McArthur, Coach Nan Whitley. 




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At left, tri-captains Lynne Nance, Vonda Martin and Daryl Grubb 
accept the runner-up trophy in the USSSA National Invitational 
Tournament. 




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Bill McFeeley and Dave 
Ramsey make up the base 
for the College Union Board. 



RLA sponsored this first of 
the year concert on the 
Intramural field. 




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The Resident Life Association and College 
Union Board work hand in hand providing the 
campus with social activities as well as 
satisfactory living conditions. The CUB has 
sponsored musicians magicians and 
comedians performing in the TEE PEE Lounge 
throughout the year. Both have worked 
diligently on everything from Homecoming to 
Mayday. 



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Student Government 
Association 





SGA Cabinet members attend their weekly meetings which 
are held either in the Student Center Cannon Room or the 
Tee Pee Lounge on Mondays anytime between 5:00 and 
7:00. 




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Media Board — Student Court 



Media Board members 
pictured at right. Sally 
Eury, Thomas Miller. Laura 
Ashley, Lynette Weber, 
Debbi Dodds, Greg Shell, 
Nancy Sheetz (chairper- 
son), and Jeanne Caus- 
sin. 




The Media Board consists of the heads of 
all media divisions from the literary maga- 
zine to the radio station. It functions in 
hiring editors and managers as well as 
making policy decisions on editing and 
censorship. 

The Student Court hears cases of infrac- 
tions of college policy including honor 
code violations. Members are representa- 
tives from each class appointed by the 
Chief Court Justice. 




Court justices include: Derrick Tharpe, Darrin Jordan, Cynthia Steward, and Guzin Ertu- 
grul. Chief Court Justice is Charles Stowe. Advisor to the court is Dean Robert Welch. 



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Blue Masque 





Catawba's Blue Masque membership poses on the 
set of "Sea Horse" for it's club picture. 




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The Blue Masque celebrated its 62nd year in 1987. It 
mounted more than eight full productions and had a 
hand in several works in progress. Pictured at left are 
the Blue Masque Officers for 1986-87: President John 
Gibson, Vice-President Dorcas Tomasek, Secretary 
Maura Krah, Treasurer Stephen Thompson, Historian 
Theresa Furlong, Social Chairman Margaret James, 
and Freshman Rep. Kathleen Brennen. 



Junior Margaret James and sophomore 
Daniel Dutterer rehearsing a lustful scene for 
"Round and Round the Garden", the first 
Catawba Experimental Theatre production 
of the year. 

Senior Rebecca Herman always has the an- 
swers to the costume dilemmas other casts. 
Here Rob Perch points out a fashion don't on 
Miss James. 

President John Gibson patiently teaches 
spades to fellow club members in prepara- 
tion for an upcoming tournament. 

"A Chorus Line" cast members celebrate 
backstage with director Jim Epperson. 





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Senior Class 
Officers 




PRESIDENT . . . Susan Wagner 
SECRETARY . . . Nadine Brock way 
TREASURER . . . Jeanne Caussin 



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Junior Class 
Officers 




PRESIDENT . . . Paige Miller 
V. PRESIDENT . . . Chris Romanek 
SECRETARY ... Liz Wilson 
TREASURER ...Kim Hutchison 



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Sophomore 
Class Officers 




PRESIDENT . . . 
V. PRESIDENT 
SECRETARY . . 
TREASURER . . 



Courtney Donovan 
. . Mark Walker (NP) 
. Beth Malkin 
Jennifer Archer (NP) 



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THE ALPHA ORGANIZATION 



Alphas are upperciass students who volunteer their time to 
assist freshmen and transfer students in making a comfortable 
adjustment to Catawba College, ALPHAS return to campus sev- 
eral days prior to the opening of school, and receive information 
on academic and social life, as well as assistance in the skills of 
helping new students. ALPHAS work with faculty advisors and are 
also assigned to various work areas throughout Orientation 
week. In addition to writing to new students during the summer, 
the ALPHAS assist in the registration process, in carrying out Ori- 
entation activities, and in providing support and follow-up for 
new students through the year. 



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1986-87 ALPHA 
"CORE COMMITTEE" 

Seated, 1st row: 

Debbie Smith (co-director), Paige 
Miller (co-director), Jenny Archer, Sally 
Eury. 

Seated, 2nd row: 

Greg Shell, Robert Hales, Dan Dutterer. 
Standing: 

Carol Graham, Woody' Smith, Marga- 
ret Wilson. 



1986-87 ALPHAS 

1st row: Courtney Donovan, 'Woody' Smith, 
Donna Knott, Kathy Eagle, Andrea Knott, 
Cindy Stursa, Carol Graham, Beth Malkin. 
2nd row: Rhonda Elliott, Deidre Adams, Mar- 
garet Wilson, Lynne Kepley, Pat Ashley, 
Debbie Dodds, Jennifer Caffee, Paige Miller. 
3rd row: Robert Hales, Carolie Lewis, Robin 
Tobey, Nancy Sheetz, Sally Eury, Jenny Ar- 
cher, Mark Lenard. 

4th row: Debbie Smith, Billy Osborne, Mine' 
Ertugrul, Molly Anderson, Guzin Ertugrul, Lyn- 
ette Weber, Kim Lemmons, Greg Shell. 
5th row: Bob Lowdermilk (advisor/director), 
Dan Dutterer, Mark Walker, Lisa Blalock, 
Sherrie Sisk, Irene Spekhardt, Susie Wagner, 
Susan Hudson. 



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Arrowhead 




The Arrowhead is the college 
literary magazine, published by 
Catawba students. Submissions of 
art, prose, poetry, and 
photography are from students, 
faculty, and staff. One issue, is 
produced each semester. Advisors 
are Dr. Charles Turney and Mrs. 
Janice Fuller. 

1986-87 Arrowhead Staff: 
Debbie Dodds: Editor, Lori Forgione, 
Robert Perch, Jerri Arnold, and Dan 
Dutterer. 



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Sayakini 




The Sayakini is the 
college yearbook 
published by the student 
body which tries to 
provide a history of the 
year's activities. The 
Sayakini office is on the 
third floor of the Student 
Center, As apparent by 
the staff photo, not many 
folks knew of the location 
of the yearbook office. 
Between the three of us, 
we couldn't decide which 
pose to use for our staff 
photo, so we used all 
three. Sayakini production 
was almost brought to a 
halt this past spring when 
the Media Board made a 
proposal to replace this 
hardbound monster with a 
glossy magazine. SGA 
voted this proposal down 
when a petition listing 
thirty names of volunteers 
to see the book through 
another year was 
presented. The list was 
lost, but the 1986-87 staff 
wishes to give those thirty 
people the best of luck, 
patience, and 
perserverance for the 
coming year. 




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Pioneer 




The Pioneer is the col/ege newspaper published monthly by Catawba students. 
The policy of the newspaper is to report all campus news and activities as well 
as to provide a means by which members of the campus may share ideas and 
opinions in promoting a more unified and progressive community, The Pioneer 
had a flourishing year of quality and quantity of student news writing under the 
editorship of Laura Ashley and the advisorship of Jim Corbett, Many students 
from Journalism courses submitted work, learning as they wrote. 
Pioneer Staff 1986-87: 

Editor Laura Ashley 

Photographer Brent Snipes (and whoever would take pictures) 

Graphics Mike Ashley 

Advertising j une Tsuruta 

Reporters Greg Shell, Patrick Orndorff, 

Jeanne Caussin, Brett a Summers, Guzin Ertugrul, Melvin Totten, Terri Had- 
ley, Sally Eury, Nancy Sheetz, Joel Kaplan, Randy Brown, Patty Snyder, 

Tammie Faulkner, Tom Miller, Jeff Stout, Su Payne. 



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NCSL 




NCSL works the 
concession stand at 
the football games to 
raise funds. 



NCSL is a mock version of the NC General Assembly, consisting of college students from schools 
throughout the state. The Catawba chapter meets weekly throughout the year. Pictured at top of 
page: Danny Forlana, Clifford Odle, Kim Hutchison, Courtney Donovan, Tammie Faulkner, Kelli Hayes, 
David Rizzo. Delegation chairman . . . Courtney Donovan. 




FCA 



FCA meetings include fellowship, speakers, 
activities, plans for state-sponsored 
meetings and a spiritual emphasis. 
1986-87 Officers are: 

President Brent Fuqua 

V. President James Robinson 

Secretary Liz Wilson 

Treasurer Donna Knott 

Advisor Dr. Pat Whitley 

General membership includes: Jody Crotts, 
Thomas Long, Maria Smith, Angle 
Zancocchio, Tracy Phipps, Robert Bates, 
Greg Barnette, Becky Woodyatt, Laurie 
Davis, Tommy Alston, Pat Ashley, John 
Bullins, Les Cagler, Chuck Crowell, Robert 
Decker, Lori Forgione, Melanie Trexler, 
Paige Miller, David Kent, Sandy Cash, 
Shane Logan, Chris Schan. 




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The Religious Life 
Council is comprised of 
studenfs who plan 
various religious activities 
such as sharing groups, 
Bible study, and service 
projects. 1986-87 RLC 
Officers are: 
Chairperson; Liz Wilson, 
Co-chairpersons; Donna 
Knott, Carolyn Ward 
Adivsor; Dr. Robert 
Lowdermilk Pictured on 
opposite page: Becky 
Woody att. Donna Knott, 
Brent Fuqua, Carolyn 
Ward, Liz Wilson, Robert 
Bates. Not pictured: Lori 
Forgione. 



Psi Chi 




Psi Chi is an honor association for those students who show exceptional 
progress and ability in the study of Psychology. 
A small portion of the membership is pictured above. 

Robin Ryan, Roy Cobb, Donna Abel, Jon Leonard, Courtney Donovan, Reggie 
Hill, Richard Hill. 



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PBA 



Professional Business Association 




The Professional 
Business Association is 
composed of Business, 
Economics, and 
Accounting majors who 
wish to further their 
business education 
outside the classroom as 
well as assisting the 
School of Business. 

We regret that the 
group picture of PBA 
didn't turn out, although 
these action shots of " 
their car wash this fall 
demonstrate the drive 
and enthusiasm of the 
club. 




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Student Education Association 




The Student Education Association is Catawba's future teacher's club. Their 
membership provides affiliation with the state and national Student Educa- 
tion Association. 
Pictured above: 

Lee Hall, Judy McBride, Kelly Phifer, Jeff Hall, Darlene Tutterow, Mary Ann 
Trexler, Susan Eaton, Lynn Kepley, Mike Scott; back row, Dana Byrd, Brent 
Fuqua, Keith Whitaker, Danielle Dargan, . Cynthia Williamson, Liz Wilson. 



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Potpourri 



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WNDN - Radio Voice 




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Of Catawba College 




Located on the third floor of the student center, the radio 
station is staffed by students who volunteer assuming 
responsibility for all production processes. Pictured above, 
station manager Tom Miller brought the station to a new 
identity for the year, New format brought twice as many 
classic rock hours to the air. New equipment allowed 
Catawba sports to be broadcast live as well as attracting 
the staff to make this possible. 1987 marked the tenth 
anniversary of WNDN-FM. It went on the air January 12, 1977. 

The year wouldn't have been the same without the voices 
of Ian Wimbley and Stu Manchester pirating their way through 
the semester. 



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Jazz Band 





Above shots capture various band 
members at diligent rehearsal. 



The Catawba Jazz Band has been a recent strength in the Performing 
Arts Department. Pictured on the steps of the Capitol in Washington, 
D.C., on the opposite page candidly shows the group on a small 
portion of their tour over Spring Break. The band has entertained 
audiences up and down the East coast. 





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Mixed Chorus — 
Chambre Choir 




Members 
rehearse 
diligently in the 
basement of the 
chapel. 



Mixed Chorus members pictured at top: Heidi Moore, Kate Brenann, Lisa Schmidt, Michelle Tway, 
Margaret James, Osann Thomas, Pauline Isomaki, Julie Dunavan, Lori Forgione, Amanda Holland, Angle 
Zancocchio, Kelly Sypolt, John Gay, Fred Inkley, Amy Norris, Kae Richardson, Sue Co/ey, Wesley Smith, 
Mark Lenard, Crawford Tucker, Mark McNelley, Ted Drummond, Todd Sherer, Jodi Crofts, Mike 
Fleming, John Stafford. 



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Members stir the 
holiday spirit at the 
Christmas choral 
concert. 



Chambre Choir members: Osann Thomas, Margaret James, Lisa Schmidt, Heidi Moore, Sue 
Coley, Angle Zancocchio, Michelle Tway, Ann Totman, Kelly Sypolt, Frances McGill (director), 
Mark Lenard, John Stafford, Mark McNeeley, Todd Sherer. 



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The Blue Masque Presents Alan Ackbourne's 

Round And Round The Garden 




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ROUND AND ROUND THE GARDEN 
by A/an Ackbourne 

Director Dorcas Tomasek 

Stage Manager Teressa Furlong 

Costumer Rebecca Herman 

Set Design Pat Orndorff 

Dialogue Coach Ann Jones 

THE CAST 

Dan Dutterer Norman 

Margaret James Annie 

John Gibson Reg 

Sherrie Sisk Sarah 

Robert Perch Tom 

Angle Scalies Ruth 





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Shu ford School Of Performing Arts 



Presents 




Chorus Line 




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A CHORUS LINE 
Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 1986 

Book by: 

James Kirk wood & Nicholas 

Dante 
Music by: 

Marvin Hamlisch 
Lyrics by: 

Edward Kleban 
Directed by: 

James Epperson 
Choreographed by: 

Donna White 
Setting & Sound by: 

David Pulliam 
Costumes by: 

James Parker 
Technical Director- 
Robert Weidner 
Vocal Director: 

Francis McGill 
Conductor: 

James Poolos 
Stage Manager: 

Anne E. Jones 
Ass't. Stage Manager: 

Carolie Bartol 
The Cast: 

Alma Adams, Dylan Banks, Todd 
Butera, Sue Coley, Dan Dutterer, 
Sally Eury, Mike Hagler, Chris Hall, 
Amy Holland, Fred Inkley, Mark Le- 
nard, Donna Moore, Greta Parrott, 
Kae Richardson, Lisa Schmidt, Steve 
Thompson, Dorcas Tomasek, Cae 
Tooker, Mike Yionoulis, Molly Ander- 
son, Alan Jarvis, Heidi Moore, Cliff 
Odle, Kelly Sypolt, Osann Thomas, 
Veronica Worts. 
The Orchestra: 

Kelly Carpenter, Jody Crotts, 
Chuck Farmer, Charles Green, Keith 
Green, Greg Hall, Richard Haynes, 
Johnathan Kluttz, Prof. Renee 
McCachren, Gregg Miller, Tracy 
Phipps, L. Reid, John Stafford, 
James Smith, Maria Smith, Prof. Mike 
Wadell. 




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November 5-9 1986 

The Blue Mosque Of Catawba College 

Presents 



Table Settings 




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TABLE SETTINGS by James Lapine November 5-9 

Director Patrick Orndorff 

Stage Manager Ida 

Ass't Stage Manager Julie Dunavan 

Set Design John Gibson 

Light Design Stephen P. Thompson 

Costumer Veronica Wortz 

THE CAST 

Mother Angelina Scalies 

Daughter Margaret Janes 

Older Son Ted Drummond 

Younger Son Charles Keith Bridges 

Girlfriend Denae Dalia 

Grandson David Rizzo 

Granddaughter Kate Brennan 



Catawba Theatre Arts Department 



Presents 

A Blue Mosque Production 



Gertrude Blum . MAURA KRAH 



Harry Bales .... JOHN GIBSON 




November 19-22 



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THE SEA HORSE 
Directed by Davna Anderson 

Set Design . . . David Pulliam 

Tech. Direction 
Lighting . . . Robert Weidner 
Costume Design . . . James Parker 

Stage Manager Rebecca Herman 

Asst. Stage Manager Amanda Taylor 

Front of House Julie Dunavan 

Dimmre Operator Amanda Holland 

Sound Operator Mike Hagler 

Wardrobe Ann Jones 



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The Blue Masque 




BONeSQtfg <SoSsIC FAStCE 



HEDRICK THEATRE 
FEBRUARY 18-22. 1987 



GREATER TUNA 
Feb. 4-7, 1987 

Written by: Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, Ed 

Howard 

Directed by: Maura A. Krah 

Stage Manager: Brian Hegedus 

Ass't. Stage Manager: Lisa Shmidt 

Costumes: Veronica Worts 

Lights: Alma Adams 

Sound: Mike Yionoulis 

Scenery: David Pul/iam 

THE CAST 

Daniel Dutterer — Thurston Wheelis, Elmer 

Watkins, Bertha Bumiller, Leonard Childers, 

Pearl Burras, /?./?. Snavely, Rev. Spikes, et al. 

Michael Hagler — Aries Struvie, Didi 

Snavely, Harold Dean Lattimer, Petey Fisk, 

Jody Bumiller, Stanley Bumiller, Charlene 

Bumiller, et al. 



Exit the King 
by Eugene lonesco 

Directed by James Parker 
Scenic Design by David Pulliam 
Costume Design by Ida Bostian 
Technical Direction by Bob Weidner 
Light Design by Patrick A. Omdorff 

THE CAST 
Stephen P. Thompson — King Berenger 
Anne E. Jones — Queen Marguerite 
Amanda Holland — Queen Marie 
Todd Butera — Doctor 
Carolie D. Bartol — Juliette 
Mark Lenard — Guard 

PRODUCTION STAFF 
Stage Manager — Dorcas Tomasek 
Assistant Stage Manager — Alma Adams. Lissa 
Fuller 

Assistant Technical Director — Patrick A. Orndorff 
Front of House — Osann Thomas 




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Continues The Season 





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1 April 1 -4 at 815pm 
[ April 5 al 2 OOpm 

1 HEDRICK THEATRE 



AGNES OF GOD 
by John Pielmeier 

Directed by Jim Epperson 

Scenic Design by David Pulliam 

Costume Design by James Parker 

Technical Direction and Lighting 

Design by Robert Weidner 

Stage Manager — Thersa Furlong 

Assistant T.D. — Patrick Orndorff 

Sound Design — Lissa Fuller 

Wardrobe — Rebecca Herman 

Assistant Scenic Design — Dorcas Tomasek 

THE CAST 

Dr. Martha Louise Livingston 

Dayna A. Anderson ' 

Margaret James 
Mother Miriam Ruth 

Betty Parker ' 

Angelina M. Scalies 
Agnes 

Donna White ' 

Greta Parrott 
'denotes Professional/Faculty Cast 




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Performing Arts 




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Potpourri 




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Who's Who In American 






JEANNE ANNE CAUSSIN pictured at right. 

Jeanne is a senior who is Editor of the Sayakini, 
Treasurer of the Senior Class, and President of 
Barger-Zartman Hall. Some of her honors include 
a Performing Arts Scholarship, Junior 
representative to May Court, Junior Class 
Favorite, Senior representative on Homecoming 
Court, SGA Election Committee, and Dean of 
Students Search Committee. Other organizations 
in which she has been involved include: 
Residence Life Association, Student Government 
Association, Blue Masque, and WNDN. 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES has been an exclusive honor bestowed upon 
student leaders. Those chosen to receive the WHO'S WHO 
designation are selected on the basis of significant academic 
achievement, participation in extracurricular activities, 
leadership positions in elected and/or appointed positions, 
service to the College and/or community, and promise for 
future achievement and contributions. 

JOHN CHRISTOPHER BULLINS pictured at 
left. 

John is a Junior who is at present the President of 
Phi Epsilon. Some of his honors include a First 
Family Scholarship, Dearborn Scholarship, Dean's 
List for two years. Junior Marshal, All SACS 
Academic Football Team. Other organizations in 
which he has been involved have been the 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Education 
Association, Residence Life Association, Computer 
Science Club, Catawba Guides, Football, and 
Track. 




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Colleges $ Universities 



SALLY EURY pictured at right. 

Sally is a Junior who is Secretary of the Residence 
Life Association. Some of her honors include an 
Academic Scholarship, Dean's List, Freshmen and 
Sophomore Class Favorite, and Sophomore 
representative on May Court. Other involvements of 
Sally's include Catawba Guides, Alphas, Blue 
Masque, Student Government Association, 
Cheerleading, Pioneer, WNDN, and Phi Epsilon. 





DARYL LYNN GRUBB pictured at left. 

Daryl is a Senior who is one of the Tri-captains on 
the Lady Indians softball team. Daryl 's honors 
include Dean's List, All-Conference and All-District 
Softball. She has held offices in Student Education 
Association, and Theta Phi. She also has been 
involved with Phi Epsilon for two years. 



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PAIGE MILLER pictured at right. 

Paige is a Junior who is President of the Junior 
Class, Co-Director of Catawba Tour Guides and 
Alphas. Her honors include Phi Epsilon, a Whitener 
Scholarship, Dean's List. Other organizations in 
which she is involved include Tennis, Basketball, 
Residence Life Association, Student Government 
Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Jazz 
Band, Wind Ensemble, Pep Band, L '/if Chiefs, and 
the Alcohol Policy Committee. 





NANCY ELIZABETH SHEETZ pictured at left. 

Nancy is a Senior who is President of L 'II Chiefs 
and Media Board Chairperson. Her honors include 
an Academic Scholarship, Dean's List, and 
Homecoming Queen. Other activities in which she 
has been involved include the Student 
Government Association, Alphas, Pioneer, WNDN, 
and Woodson House Council. 



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JAMES OWEN ROBINSON pictued above left. 



James is a Senior who is President of the Student Government 
Association. Some of James' honors include Academic All- 
Conference Football, Phi Epsilon and Mr. Catawba. James' other 
involvements include varsity football. Claremont House Council, 
Resident Assistant, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Religious Life 
Council, and ROTC; Cadet Commander, National ROTC 
Scholarship recipient, Distinguished Military Student, George C 
Marshall Award. 

IRENE MARIE SPEKHARDT pictured above center. 

Irene is a Senior who is the Hockey team captain. Her honors 
include Dean's List, Presidential Honor Roll, and Chief Jr. Marshall. 
Irene's other involvements include WARA, Field Hockey, 
Computer Science Club, Alphas, Big Sister Program, Alpha Chi, 
Phi Epsilon, Intramurals, Student Court. 

BETHANY JEAN VAZZANA pictured above right. 

Beth is a Senior who is President of the Political Science Club, 
Professional Business Association, and the "Snack Shack". Some 
of her honors include Alpha Chi, Phi Epsilon, Jr. Marshall, 
Presidential Honor Roll, Dean's List, a Presidential Scholarship, and 
was a former Chief Court Justice. Other involvements include the 
Student Government Association, College Union Board, NCSL, 
Collegiate Academy of NC Academy of Science, and Chaired 
the Honor Code Committee. 

DEBRA SMITH pictured at right. 

Debbie is a Senior who is Vice President of the Student 
Government Association, Co-Director of Alphas and Catawba 
Guides. Some of her honors include a Golden Club Scholarship, 
Dean's List, Phi Epsilon, and Senior representative to Homecoming 
Court. Other involvements have included Woodson House 
Council, Li'l Chiefs, Women's Tennis, Residence Life Association, 
and Women's Field Hockey. 




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Phi Epsilon 




Phi Epsilon is an honor society with a membership of 30 junior and senior students. 
Membership is based on the character, leadership, and service of those students eligible 
by virtue of their scholastic record. Phi Epsilon's purpose is to unite the outstanding 
members of the student body as members of a single group in order to promote 
scholarly and cultural activities for the members themselves and for other students of the 
college community. 

1986-87 Officers are: 

President Mike Yionoulis 

Vice President Laura Ashley 

Secretary/Treasurer Becky Dent 

Social Chairpersons Sally Eury 

John Bullins 
Advisor Dr. Bethany Sinnott 

Pictured above: Dr. Bethany Sinnott, Mike Yionoulis, Paige Miller, Sally Eury, Mark Raines, 
James Robinson, Brent Fuqua, Mark Domske, Billy Osborne, Debbi Smith. 



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Mr. And Miss 

Catawba 

1986-1987 




KIM LEMMONS 
JAMES ROBINSON 




SUZANNE PAYNE 
JOHN BULLINS 





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Awards Convocation 



INTRAMURAL ATHLETES OF THE YEAR — Amy Elizabeth Pruitt. Robert Jasiewicz 

FRANCES DECKER WENTZ AWARD — Robert Conway Bates 

PIONEER EDITORS A WARD — Laura Lei/ani Ashley 

THE WNDN MOST VALUABLE MEMBER — Patrick Andrew Orndorff 

OUTSTANDING COMMUTER STUDENT AWARD — Jeffery Alan Hall 

INTRAMURAL TEAM OF THE YEAR — Pine Knot 

MISS CATAWBA — Suzanne Michele Payne 

MR. CA TA WBA — John Christopher Bullins 

THE STUDENTS OF THE YEAR — Debra Lee Smith, James Owen Robinson 

THE SGA PRESIDENT'S SERVICE A WARD — Debra Lee Smith, William Daniel McFeeley 

THE SGA LEGISLATURE AWARD — Cynthia Michele Steward 

THE KIWANIS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP — Jennifer Lynne Archer 

THE CATAWBA COLLEGE FACULTY AND STAFF FIRST FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP — Mary Campbell 

THE ALGERNON SYDNEY SULLIVAN AWARDS — Karen Charmayne Cuttle, Dr. Paul Lawrence Baker 

THE A WARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE SGA BY A FACUL TY /STAFF MEMBER 

Dr. Jamie Lukas Kanniss 
THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD . . . 

Dr. Robert E. Loudermilk, III 
THE STAFF MEMBER OF THE YEAR A WARD . . . 

William J. Godwin, II 
THE TRUSTEE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE COLLEGE 

Dr. Robert E. Knott 
THE SWINK PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING CLASSROOM TEACHING 

Dr. Johnny L. Young 



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1986-87 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT'S AWARD — James Owen Robinson 

FRANK P. BUCKSR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN BUSINESS — Trade Leigh Wade, Christopher Alan Hall, 

Timothy Eugene Fink 
EM BEAVER BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP — Leah Michele Lyerly 

SHERRILL AND SMITH AWARD IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION — Linda Trexler Harmon 
WALL STREET JOURNAL AWARD — Sandra Kay Constantino 
MILLARD F WILSON AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS — Mark Kevin File 
NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESSIONAL TEACHER SCHOLARSHIPS — Jennifer Helms Athey, Dana Elizabeth 

Byrd, Rhonda Smith Elliot 
CIVITAN EDUCA TION SCHOLARSHIP — Judy Johnson McBride 
OUTSTANDING PROSPECTIVE TEACHER AWARD — Diane DeFreese Coggin 
STUDENT EDUCA TION ASSOCIA TION A WARD — Jeffery Allen Hall 
REBECCA H. FRANTZ ESSAY PRIZE — Robert Andrew Brennan Perch 
RELIGION A WARD — Carolyn Jean Ward 
CARLTON C RICE AWARD — Catherine Elizabeth Tooker 
BETTY ANN STANBACK SCHOLARSHIP — Robert Andrew Brennan Perch 
BRUCE A. WENTZ PHILOSOPHY AWARD — Teresa Louise Wallace 
THE CHEMISTRY PRIZE — Lisa Ann Kearns 

CIVITAN: NELSON HADEN MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP — Tracey Dawn Phipps 
INGLE A WARD — Angela Hope Zancocchio 
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA A WARD — Charles Dwight Farmer 
LOUIS ARMSTRONG JAZZ AWARD — Charles Dwight Farmer 
THE MOST IMPROVED BANDSMAN A WARD — Richard Paul Haynes 
THE MOST IMPROVED CHOIR MEMBER AWARD — Mark Stephen Lenard 
OUTSTANDING CHOIR MEMBER AWARD — Mark Emory McNeely 
THE ROBERT HILL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN DRAMA — Stephen Patrick Thompson 
THE SENIOR PSYCHOLOGY AWARD — Patricia Anne Parette 
THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS AWARD — Robert Edwin Hales 



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DR. STEPHEN H. WURSTER 
18th President of the College 




DR. ROBERT E. KNOTT 
Provost & Dean of the College 




JOHN E MA YS 

Senior Vice-President 

College Relations 





GORDON H. HOW ATT, JR. 

Senior Vice-President 

Business & Finance 



dr. jesse f. McCartney 

Vice-President 
Academic Services 





DAVID E. SETZER 

Vice-President 

Communications 



DR. MURPHY M. OSBORNE 
Vice-President 
Administration 






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Seniors 



Here we catch a glimpse of the crew that Dr. 
Baranski keeps taking hostage to far off corners 
of the earth in order to graduate. We're with you 
in spirit Marty, Curt, Dave, Robin, Barry, Becky 

Student taking full advantage of the study area 
in the Student Center. 

Below left; Julie andMelinda get carried away on 
third floor. 

Senior June Tsuruta questions if this cap and 
gown are truly for him. 




Being Candid 




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Seniors 



Phillip Absher 

Laura Ashley 

Jennifer Athey 



Kelly Auten 



Nancy Baker 



Carolie Bartol 

Robert Bates 

Robert M. Brewer 



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Nadine Brock way 
Anthony Bronco 
Lisa Brunelli 



Melinda Burton 
Lori Bush 
Jerry Byerly 



Dana Byrd 
Sandy Cash 
Jeanne Caussin 



Jonas Cherry 
Sandra Costantino 
Joseph Crapster 



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Seniors 



Karen Cuffie 

Dan Daly 

Rebecca Dent 



Angela Denton 
James Diem 
Susan Eaton 



Walter Fallen! 

Mark File 

Julie Frock 



W. Matt Grander 

Roger Greene 

Wendy Gregory 




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Seniors 




Jeff Hall 
Lee Hall 
Linda Harmon 



Timofhy Harris 
John Hendershot 
Diane Hendrix 



Rebecca Herman 



Lisa Hall 



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Seniors 



Rob Jasiewicz 
Eric Johnson 
Donna Knott 



Deena Koontz 

Maura Krah 

Kim Lemmons 



Tim Lippard 

Thomas Long 

Mark Lusby 



Terry Mack 

Lisa Marhoover 

Vonda Martin 




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Seniors 




Bill McFeeley 
Charles Mendell 
Sharon Miller 



Barry Mitchem 



Angela Morris 



Lynn Nance 
Jim Parent 
Pat Parette 



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Seniors 



Victor Poplin 

David Ramsey 

Brooks Robertson 



Jo Robertson 

James Robinson 

Rodney Pitts 



Lisa Russell 



Robin Ryan 



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Seniors 




Angelina M. Scalies 
Fred Seagraves 
Nancy E. Sheetz 



Gregory Shell 
Debra Smith 
Elizabeth D. Smith 



Wade Smith 
Brent Snipes 
Irene Spekhardt 



Piper Starrette 
Valinda Taylor 
Mary Ann Trexler 






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Seniors 



Melanie Trexler 

June Tsuruta 

Curt Turner 



Bethany Vazzana 

Debbie Vincent 

Jink Wallace 



Carolyn Ward 

Bryant Whi taker 

Paula Whitley 



Robin Wiggins 

Emmanuel Yionoulis 

Andrew Zimmerman 



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Juniors 



John Abernathy 

Pat Ashley 

Marsha Beaver 

Cyril A. Bone t ski 

Amanda Bowers 



Joseph Branco 

Kelly Brown 

John C. Bullins 

Richard Campbell 

Robert Cann 



Jennifer Cates 

Stephen Cobb 

Sandra Cope 

Marlin Coughenour 

Thomas Crosby 



Charles Crowell 

Danielle Dargan 

Todd Davidson 



Julie Dunavan 
Shawn Easter 
Charlie Eaton 



Rhonda Elliot 

Mine Ertugrul 

Sally Eury 




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Teresa Ferrell 
Brent Fuqua 
Derek George 
Jill Marie Gerst 
Carol Graham 



Rhonda Grant 
Chris Hall 
Leevell Henry- 
Robin Hughes 
Kim Hull 



Kimberly Hutchison 
Cindy Jackson 
Margaret James 
Lisa Kearns 
Margaret Marcellus 



Judy McBride 
Alisha Meacham 
David Miller 
Paige Miller 
Thomas Miller 



Fredrine Moore 
Jackie Norcutt 
Billy Osborne 
Suzanne Payne 
Robert B. Perch 



Sirisack Phetsadasack 
Amy Pruitt 
David Quinn 
Karen Richardson 
Thomas Roemer 



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Pervez Sayed 

William Schmidt 

Rick Seamon 

Lisa Shepherd 



Linn Sifford 

Sherrie Sisk 

Herbert Steward 

Jeff Stout 



Shawn Todd 

Catherine looker 

Mary Walton 

Brent S. Ward 




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Molly Anderson 

Jenny Archer 

Mike Ashley 

Rhonda Auman 
Candy Barber 



Michael Borrello 

Todd Butera 

Mary Lynn Campbell 

Carta K. Carey 

Jody Crotts 



Colin Dailey 

Denae Dalia 

Deitra Delancy 

Thomas Dixon 

Debby Dodds 



Kyle Donaghy 

Courtney Donovan 

Derek M. Drummond 

Dan Dutterer 

Kathy Eagle 



Guzin Ertugrul 

Debbie Everhart 

Michael Fleming 

Chris Flynn 

Debbie Garvey 



Emma Goodman 

Sherree Graybeal 

Terr! Hadley 

Kelli Hayes 

Tracy Hill 



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Sophomores 




Tamara Hoffer 
Alane Hoiste 
Sandra Huckaby 
Susan Hudson 
Pauliina Isomaki 



Lynne Kepley 
Andrea Knott 
Dawn Lewis 
Elizabeth-Anne Malkin 
Beth Marks 



Nancy Miller 
Jennifer Morse 
Greta Parrott 
Tracy Peeler 
Tracy Phipps 



Ben Pratt 
Ernest Purnsley 
Helen Reigstad 



Lisd Sexauer 
Deborah Shoe 
Cindy Stursa 



Amanda Taylor 
Jeffrey Thompson 
Robin Tobey 



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Dave Van Aken 

Mark Walker 

Chris Walters 

Scott Ward 



Lynette Weber 

Margaret Wilson 

Dolomyne Wlye 

Rachel Wright 



Tim Wynck 
Angela Zancocchio 




Sophomore Blues 

Sophomores have only two more 

years of the registration blues 

. . . Only two more years of 

waiting in line and hoping that 

your classes are not closed. But 

not to worry . . . Sophomore's 

Dave Van Aken, Mike Pratt, Mike 

Burrello, and Chris Walters 

(above) have the cure for the 

Sophomore Blues. After one trip 

to the Blue Room all frowns turn 

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Donnalee Abel 

Angie Allen 

Monica Almond 

Julie Appel 

Allen ■Armstrong 



Terri Arnold 

Lisa Baker 

Sherry Beck 

Greg Brand 

Kathleen Brennan 



Carol Buckley 

William' Carpenter 

Thomas Cartwright 

Penny Cash 

Mark Childers 



Jennifer Clark 

Anne Marie Contest! 

John Cornell 

Colleen Crosby 

Jamie Daly 



Robert Decker 

Leslie Dedmon 

Tulin Ertugrul 

Tammie Faulkner 

Mike Fisher 



Tony Gilbert 

Susan Goodwin 

James Granate 

Joe Harris 

Jennifer Higgins 




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Freshmen 




Jon Hughes 
Jamie Keeler 
Kimber Kirkman 
Jonathon Klutzz 
Dave Kraft 



Jeannie Misenheimer 
Heidi Moore 
Cliff Odle 
Chrystal Overcash 
Mark Pearcy 



Sharon Philips 
Louise Props! 
Trey Ragland 
Maria Rapson 
Lisa Ray 



Bill Riddle 
Pam Ritchie 
Lisa Schmidt 



Michelle Seckman 
lllyse Selverman 
Shannon Smeltzer 



Maria Smith 
Greg Stacy 
John Stafford 



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Jennifer Stark 

Morris Starr 

Cynthia M. Steward 

Jimmy Strickland 



Kelly Sypolt 

Michelle Tamasi 

Michelle Tway 

William Vanderburg 



Laura Vernier 

Marlene Watty 

Stephanie Whittaker 

Paul Whitner 



Shannon Wilhelm 

Mary Wood 

Billy Worsham 

Billy Worsham 

Dewey Yates 





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Late Comers 



Tim Bates 

Senior 
Ida Bostian 

Senior 
Raye Brothers 

Senior 
Wendy Fields 

Senior 
Mark Domske 

Senior 



Daryl Grubb 

Senior 
Anne Jones 

Senior 
Barry Kimbrell 

Senior 
Rodney Nardelli 

Senior 
Mark Raines 

Senior 



Laura Richard 

Senior 

Martina Smith 

Senior 

Rebecca Taylor 

Senior 

Kathleen Thompson 

Senior 

Susan Wagner 

Senior 



Kelley Cavin 

Junior 
Scott Donaghy 

Junior 
Vee Ervin 

Junior 
Thomas Ferren 

Junior 
John P. Gibson 

Junior 



Laurie Hefner 

Junior 

Bernard Henry 

Junior 

Brian Lee 

Junior 

Jason Leffler 

Junior 

Jonathan Leonard 

Junior 



Michael Shoof 

Junior 

Julie Beckner 

Sophomore 

Jennifer Caffie 

Sophomore 

Roger Emsch 

Sophomore 

Stephanie Hawkins 

Sophomore 



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Johnson Hunter III 
Sophomore 
Patricia McDonnell 
Sophomore 
Tim Norton 
Sophomore 
Laura Anterola 
Freshman 
Brad Bost 
Freshman 



Damien Browning 
Freshman 
Kevin Clement 
Freshman 
Anne Cote 
Freshman 
Christy Garou 
Freshman 
Manuel Kafant 



Melanie Mcintosh 

Freshman 

Amy Norris 

Freshman 

Michelle Seckman 

Freshman 

Kristin Thompson 

Freshman 

Jeff Tucker 

Freshman 



Anne Vanhorn 
Freshman 



Denise Weeger 
Freshman 



Alan Walton 
Freshman 



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Faculty 



DAYNA A. ANDERSON, Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts 
B.S., M.S., M.F.A., University of Southern Mississippi. 

PAUL L. BAKER, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science 

B.S., M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel HUt M.Div., Hood Theological 
Seminary, Ph.D., University of Delaware. 

MICHAEL J. BARANSKI, Professor of Biology 

B.S., West Liberty State College; Ph.D., North Carolina State University. 

R. JOSEPH BARNES, Jefferson- Pilot Professor of Accounting 
B.S., M.B.A., J.D., University of South Carolina. 

THOMAS G. BLUE, Assistant Professor of Military Science 
B.A, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 
Captain, Air Defense Artillery, U.S. Army. 

EDITH M. BOLICK, Associate Professor of Sociology 

B. A., Catawba College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

THOMAS R. BONEBRAKE, Assistant Professor of Commerce 

B.A., Catawba College; M.B.A., University of Miami; graduate study, Mississippi State 
University. 

UNDA T. BOULTER, Assistant Professor of Psychology 

B.A, California State College; M.S., Ph.D., West Virginia University. 

TONY R. BRADSHAW, Assistant Professor of Accounting 
D.S.B.A., M.S., Appalachian State University. 

J. DANIEL BROWN, Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

B.A, Lenoir-Rhyne College; M. Div., Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary; Th. M„ 
Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Drew University. 

JAY A. BUXTON, Professor of Biology 

B.S., Southwest Texas College; M.A., University of Texas; Ph.D„ The Ohio State University. 

C. ROBERT CARLTON, Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., Georgetown College; MA., Northwestern University; Ph.D., George Peabody College. 

ELIZABETH CARLTON, Assistant Professor of Music 

B.A., B.M.E., M.A., Georgetown College: Level III Certification and Master Class in Orff- 
Kodaly-Laban, Northern Arizona University. 

WILLIAM B. CARPENTER, Professor of Physics 

B.A., University of Virginia; M.S., Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Ed D., University of 
Virginia. 

STEVEN JOSEPH COGGIN, Assistant Professor of Biology 
B.S., Florida State University, Ph.D., University of Georgia. 

JAMES R. CORBETT, Associate Professor of Communications 

B.S., Syracuse University; M.S., San Diego State University; Ph.D., The Ohio Slate 
University. 





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ROY C. DERTING, Associate Professor of Business 

B.A., Milligan College; M.B.A., Indiana University, Ed.S., University of Alabama. 

JAMES R. EPPERSON, Professor of Theatre Arts 

B.A., M.A., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., Florida State University. 

NORMA D. FAGGART, Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science 

B.A., Catawba College; M.S., The University of Oklahoma; graduate study, University of 
North Carolina at Charlotte. 

SOPHIE FISCHEL, Professor of Education 

B.S., M.A., East Carolina University; Ed.D., Duke University. 

JANICE M. FULLER, Instructor in English 

B.A., Duke University; M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

BRUCE F. GRIFFITH, Professor of History 

B.A., Catawba College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

KARL E. HALES, Professor of Speech 

B.A., Drury College; M.A., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., Florida State University, post- 
doctoral study. Harvard University. 

RONALD H. HALL, Assistant Professor of History 

B.S., University of Baltimore; M.A., Temple University; graduate study, Lehigh University. 

SHIRLEY L. H AWORTH, Associate Professor of Education 

B.A., Guilford College; M.Ed., Ed.D., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

CLAUDE B. HAMPTON, JR., Adjunct Professor of Business Administration. Executive Vice- 
President, Nabisco Brands, USA (Retired) 

B.A., Catawba College; M.S., Syracuse University; graduate study, Harvard University 
School of Business. 

GERALD L. HONAKER, Professor of Communications 

B.A., Rollins College; M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ph.D., Indiana 
University. 

WALTER K. HOOD, Professor of Art 

B.F.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.F.A., University of Hawaii; Ph.D., Northwestern 
University. 

JOHN M. HOUGH, JR., Professor of Education 

B.A., Wake Forest University; M.Ed., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

ROMA B. JOYCE, Adjunct Instructor in Education 

B.A., Meredith College; M.A., Wake Forest University 

LOU W. KASIAS, Assistant Professor of Education 

B.S., Western Carolina University, M.Ed., Ed.D., University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro; post-doctoral study. University of Georgia. 

JACK C. KEETER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

B.A., Berea College; M.A., Appalachian State University; M.S., University of Illinois. 

RALPH W. KETNER, Adjunct Professor of Business Administration, Chairman of the Board of 
Food Lion, Inc. 
B.S., Tri-Stale University; D.B.A., Catawba College. 



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DANIEL E. KIRK, Professor of Biology 

B.S., Furman University; M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ph.D., Emory 
University. 

ROBERT E. KNOTT, Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

B.S., Wake Forest University; B.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.A., Wake 
Forest University; PhD,, Stale University of New York at Buffalo. 

DOROTHY LEWIS-GRIFFITH, Adjunct Professor of Music 

B.A., M.S., The Juilliard School; D.M.A., Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins 
University; postdoctoral study, Paris Conservatory of Music. 

ROBERT E. LOWDERM1LK, III, Assistant Professor of Religion and Campus Minister 

B.A., Guilford College; M.Div,, Duke University; D.Min., Southeastern Baptist Theological 
Seminary; post-doctoral study, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

ROBERT M. LUSCHER, Assistant Professor of English 

B.A., University of California, San Diego; M.A., Ph.D., Duke University. 

CHARLES M. McALLISTER, Assistant Professor of History 

B.A., King College, M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Ph.D., 
University of Virginia; post-doctoral, Oxford University. 

HOYT M. McCACHREN, Professor of Speech and Theatre Arts 

B.A., Catawba College; M.A., University of Oregon; Ph.D., University of Georgia. 

JESSE F. McCARTNEY, Professor of English 

B.S., Oklahoma State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Arkansas. 

FRANCES S. McGILL, Assistant Professor of Music 

B.A., Erskine College; M.M., College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati. 

W. LeGARE McINTOSH, Associate Professor of Music 

B.A., University of South Carolina; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University; M.S., 
University of Southern California; Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University. 

FRANK A. MEYER, Professor of Physical Education and Recreation 

B.S., University of Nebraska; M.S., University of Colorado; Ed.D., West Virginia University. 

SAMUEL A. MOIR, JR., Associate Professor of Physical Education and Recreation 
B.S., M.A., Appalachian State University. 

MARTHA H. MOREHEAD. Professor of English 

B.A., Lenoir-Rhyne College; M.A , Appalachian Slate University; Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina at Greensboro. 

PEDRO F. MOSCOSO, Visiting Lecturer in Business 

B.S., Naval Academy of Ecuador; M.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

ERIK W. OLDENBURG, Adjunct Associate Professor of Business 

B.Ed., M.S., Stockholm University; Ph.D., Etudes Universitaires Internationales; post- 
doctoral study, University of Miami. 

JOHANNA ORLETT, Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science 
B. A., College of Saint Teresa; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota. 

WILLIAM F. PALMER, Professor of Education 

B.A., Catawba College; M.Ed., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, post- 
doctoral studies, New York University. 





JAMES E. PARKER, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts 

B.S., Ithaca College; M.F.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

H. ALAN PATTERSON, Professor of Physical Education and Recreation 
B.S., M.Ed., St. Lawrence University; Ed.D., University of Tennessee. 

CHERYL A. PEEVY, Assistant Professor of Spanish 

B.A., East Carolina University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Kentucky. 

JAMES GEORGE POOLOS, Professor of Music 

B.S., M.M.Ed., University of Georgia; Ph.D., Florida State University. 

RICKY LEE PROCTOR, Instructor in Sports Medicine 

B.S., High Point College; M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

DAVID H. PULLIAM, Instructor in Theatre Arts 

B.A., Mercer Univcristy; M.F.A., The University of Alabama. 

CHARLES M. REED, Associate Professor of Classics 
B.A., Davidson College; D., Phil., Oxford University. 

RICHARD A. RE1TZ, Professor of Modern Foreign Languages 

B.A., M.A., University of Kansas; Ph.D., University of Kentucky. 



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MAYNARD L. RICH. Professor' of Psychology 

B.S., M.S., Indiana State University; B.D., Ph.D., Drew University. 

SHIRLEY P. RITCHIE, Associate Professor of Education 

B.A., Catawba College; M.Ed., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

ALBERT E. ROBERTS, Professor of Psychology 

B.A., Butler University, M.A., Western Michigan University; Ph.D., University of Tennessee. 

HANS E. ROEMER, Professor of Modem Foreign Languages 

B.A., Ball State Teachers College; M.A., Indiana University; Ph.D., Western Reserve 
University. 

BARRY R. SANG, Assistant Professor of Religion 

B.A., Carroll College; M.Div., Crozer Theological Seminary; M.Phil., Ph.D., Drew 
University. 

DOUGLAS W. SCHELL, Professor of Business and holder of the Ralph W. Ketner Chair of 
Entrepreneur ship 

B.S., Pennsylvania State University; M.B.A., Brigham Young University; D.B.A., Indiana 
University. 

DIXIE M. SCOTT, Instructor in Library Science 

B.A., New York University, M.Ed., University of Missouri; M.S., University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

BETTY H. SELL, Professor of Library Science 

B.S., Ursinus College; M.R.E., Lancaster Theological Seminary; M.S., A.M.L.S., Ph.D., 
Florida State University. 

KENNETH D. SELL, Professor of Sociology 

B.S., Ursinus College; B.D., Lancaster Theological Seminary; M.Ed., Pennsylvania State 
University, Ph.D., Florida State University. 






SANFORD R. S1LVERBURG, Professor of Political Science 
B.A., Siena College; M.A., Ph.D., The American University. 

JACQUELYN E. SIMS, Instructor in Library Science 

B.A., George Pepperdine College; M.S.L.S., Atlanta University. 

BETHANY S. SINNOTT, Professor of English 

B.A., Duke University; M.A., Northwestern University, Ph.D., University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill. 

DONNA KAY STARLING, Assistant Professor of Psychology 
B.S., Radford College; Ph.D., Duke University. 

DANIEL J. STEFFEK, Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.A., Michigan Technological University, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison; post- 
doctoral study, University of Iowa Medical School. 

EVELINA M. TSENG, Assistant Professor of Library Science 

B.A., Tunghai University, Taiwan, M.L.S., University of Oklahoma. 

S.C. TSENG, Professor of Business and Economics 

B.A., M.A., Taiwan University; Ph.D., University of Oklahoma. 

CHARLES TURNEY, Professor of English 

B.A., M.A., University of Richmond; Ph.D., Rutgers University; post-doctoral study, 
Harvard University. 

ANDREW A. VANCE, JR., Professor of Modern Foreign Languages and Business Law 

B.A., Davidson College; M.A., Ph.D., Louisiana State University; J.D., Wake Fores'. 
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MICHAEL G. WADDELL, Assistant Professor of Music 

B.M., East Carolina University; M.M., University of Michigan. 

RALPH W. WAGER, Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Recreation 
B.S., State University College at Brockport; M.S., Indiana University. 

ROBERT N. WELCH, Professor of Psychology 

B.A., Lambuth College; M.Ed., University of Florida; Ed.D., University of Tennessee. 

ERSKINE S. WHITE, Instructor of English and General Studies 

B.A., Vanderbilt University, M.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 

JULIA G. WHITE, Instructor of English and General Studies 

B.A., Catawba College; M.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 

PATRICIA R. WHITLEY, Professor of Physical Education and Recreation 

B.A., Lenoir-Rhyne College; M.A., Appalachian State University; Ed.D., University of North 
Carolina at Greensboro. 

STEPHEN H. WURSTER, Professor of History and Religion 

B.A., Ursinus College; M.Div., Drew University, M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa; post- 
doctoral study, Harvard University. 

JOHNNY L. YOUNG, Professor of Modem Languages 

B.A., Catawba College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; post- 
doctoral study, University of Lille, France. 



Library Administration 

BETTY H. SELL, Ph.D., Director of Library Services 
EVELINA M. TSENG, M.L.S., Head of Technical Services 
DIXIE M. SCOTT, M.S., Head of Media Services 
JACQUELYN E. SIMS, M.S.L.S., Head of Information Services 
HILDA G. FOREMAN, M.A., Library Technical Associate 
G. ERLENE CALDWELL, B.A., Library Technical Assistant 
CYNTHIA O. LEVINE, B.A., Library Technical Assistant 
RUBY L. McSWAIN, Library Technical Assistant 




Administrative Staff 

JAMES M, BARCO, B.A., Director of Alumni & Parent Relations 

JU ANITA W. BOUSER, B.S., Director of Public Information 

DENNIS W. DAVIDSON, B.A., Director of Sports Information & Promotion 

WILLIAM L. GETTYS, M.M.S., Director of Computer Information Services 

BARBARA S. HILL, B. A., Director of Scholarships & Financial Assistance 

JAYME L. KANISS, Ph.D., Director of Career Planning & Placement and 
Assistant Dean of Students 

JOHN C. KANISS, M.S., Director of Physical Plant 

ROBERT E. L0WDERM1LK, HI, D.Min., Campus Minister 

SHIRLEY P. RHINEHART, Bursar and Acting Controller 

MARK A. STOKES, M.A., Director of Admissions 



Staff 



FRANCES W. ADAMS, Administrative Assistant to the Director of 
Admissions 

SUSAN D. AGNER, Secretary for the Development Office 

TINA R. ALDRIDGE, Director of Gift Records 

HERBERT R. ARNOLD, B.A., Associate Director of Admissions 



J. HARVEY STRATTON, M.A., Associate Vice- President for Development JULIA R. BARANSKI, Switchboard Operator and Secretary to the Director 

of Physical Plant 
JOHN L. THOMASON, JR., Superintendent of Maintenance 

RUBY P. BARRINGER, Associate Bursar 



LAURA B. VESTAL, A.A., Director of the Office of Safety & Security 
ROBERT N. WELCH, Ph. D., Dean of Students 



ANNIE M. BATES, Accounting Department Bookkeeper 



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RALPHELLE S. (BO) BEAVER, Administrative Assistant to the Provost 
THOMAS R. BONEBRAKE, M.B.A., Assistant Basketball Coach 

DELLA A. CARTNER, Administrative Assistant to the Senior Vice-President for Business A 
Finance 

LINDA O. CLARK, B.S., Associate Director of Admissions 

ALAN COHELEY, B.A., Admissions Counselor 

H. ANDREW COX, M.A., Assistant Football Coach. Track and Field Coach 

MARY H. CRAIG, Admissions Office Receptionist and Data Entry Technician 

ILA CRUMPTON, R.N., College Nurse 

CAROL J. DORSETT, Coordinator for Admissions Support Services 

DOROTHY P. EARLE, Administrative Assistant for the Development Office 

SANDRA S. GODWIN, B.S., Student Control Clerk 

WILLIAM J. GODWIN, U, B.S., Director of Residence Life 

CATHY C. GOODNIGHT, B.A., Administrative Assistant for the Adrian L & Dorothy L 
Shuford School of Performing Arts and Administrative Coordinator, College 
Community Centre 

WILLIAM F. HAGGERTY, B.A., Head Women's Basketball Coach 

LINDA G. HAMILTON, Assistant to the President and Assistant Secretary of the Board of 
Trustees 

JEFFREY C. HAMLEY, B.A., Admissions Counselor 

DORIS A. HEPLER, B.A., Director of Computer Operations 

ELEANOR T. IJAMES, Accounting) Payroll Clerk 

MARY L. KESLER, NDSL and Government Grants Clerk 

DEREK B. LATHAM, B.A., Assistant Football A Baseball Coach 

BILLY JOE MAULDIN, M.A., Assistant Football Coach 

NANCY C. MAYS, B.M., Secretary to the Adrian L & Dorothy L. Shuford School of Performing 
Arts 

RONDA W. MILLER, Secretary for the Chiefs' Club 

KAYE S. MITZEN, Secretary for the Division of Mathematics & Sciences 

SAMUEL A. MOIR, M.A., Head Basketball Coach 

MELANIE C. MOREHEAD, Secretary to the Director of Scholarships & Financial Assistance 

SUSAN S. MORRISON, B.A., Associate Director of Development-Calawba Fund 

MINNIE A, McCACHREN, R.N., Director of Student Health Services 

BRENDA A. McINTOSH, Administrative Assistant to the Vice- President for Academic Ser\'ices 

JUDITH G. NEWMAN, B.A., Special Projects Coordinator 

CONNIE G. NICHOLSON, B.S., Head Volleyball Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics 

PAULA J. OSBORNE, Secretary to the Office of Communications 

CAROLYN E. PEELER, B.A, Associate Director of Development-Administration 

E. ELOISE PEELER, Administrative Assistant to the President 




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ZELDA A. PONDER, B.A., Assistant to the Registrar 

PATRICIA D. POWLAS, Cashier/ Accounting Clerk I 

PENNY M. RICE, B.A., Assistant to the Director of Scholarships <* Financial Assistance 

SANDRA T. ROSEMAN, Administrative Assistant to the Division of Education Services 

ARLENE W. SCHENK, B.A., Secretary to the Enoch A. & Dorothy H. Goodman School of 
Physical Education <$ Athletics 

OLIVER G. SCOTT, B.A., Assistant to the President for Special Events 

RICHARD D. SEAGLE, B.A., College-Community Centre Building Supervisor 

BETTY R. SMITH, B.A., Administrative Assistant to the Director of Career Planning & 
Placement, and Secretary to the Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences 

LAURA M. SMITH, Admissions Office Computer Data Technician 

CARLTON E. (PETE) STOUT, B.A., Head Football Coach 

CAROLYN W. STRATTON, Administrative Assistant to the Office of Student Development 

MARY W. (LOLLIE) STREIFF, Secretary to the Divisions of Humanities and General Studies 

NANCY B. TREXLER, Secretary to the Ralph W. Ketner School of Business 

RALPH W. WAGER, M.A., Head Soccer Coach 

MICHAEL C. WALDEN, B.A., Admissions Counselor 

ROBERT W. WEIDNER, M.A., Technical Director for the College-Community Centre and 
Adrian L A Dorothy L Shuford School of Performing Arts 

NAN S. WHITLEY, B.A., Head Field Hockey and Softball Coach 

DAVID S. WOOD, B.A., Assistant Director of Athletics and Assistant Football Coach 




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Bob Costas and Joe Piscopo headed-up an all-star team from the field of 
broadcast and entertainment in an exhibition game against the Catawba 
Indians baseball team this spring. A cool and clear night called fans from miles 
around to see crazy antics mixed with little ball play resulting in a fun time for 
all. Piscopo mingled with the crowd before, during, and after the game. His 
jaunts into the crowd even won one coed a kiss. The wide reception of the 
event will probably result in this becoming an annual event. 

A t right: Debbi Smith presents Bob Costas with a birthday cake on behalf of 
the L'il Chiefs as his birthday coincidently fell on the day of the game. 



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Editor's 
Page: 

This page is set aside for the 
editor's final comments. My 
comments, many of them, 
would probably be in violation 
of the NC Obscenity and Por- 
nography law. In order to keep 
us out of court, I'll decline from 
comment except for those ex- 
pressed from Angle. She would 
like to personally thank all the 
volunteers that signed that peti- 
tion and wanted to help finish 
this yearbook. We have no idea 
how we ever fit all thirty of you 
into our little office. All Seniors 
(graduated) should be reading 

a copy of this shortly after it's release from the publishing company, breaking 
tradition with recent past editions. If you don't receive a copy through the mail it 
wasn't by any measures we didn't turn to. Now, a complete round of applause is 
extended to Dr. Robert Lowdermilk, without whom many sections of this book would 
have no explanation and without whom my sanity would not be intact. Special 
thanks are also deserved by Dennis Davidson, Dave Setzer, our Josten's "One heck 
of a Guy" — Bill Hall, Steve Thompson, Jim Barco, Lawrence; the main squeeze, and 
anyone else who stopped by to encourage and support these two crazy women. 

Sincerely, 

Jeanne 



This is the time to 

remember; 
for it will not last 

forever . . . 
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These are the times, 
times you should 
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